08-30-08, 04:02 AM
So I'm leaving off my street and as soon as I turn on the next street the car dies. No codes or anything. I do however notice the absence of the fuel pump. Now I could have sworn that a fuel pump failure would set a code but NONE! I jumped 12 volts at the relay connection in the fuse box and still nothing. Am I wrong to say that a fuel pump failure should set a code? I'm assuming that only the control side of the relay is montored. 98 concours 212000 miles!
08-30-08, 09:03 AM
Turn the key to "on" or "acc", then stand buy the fuel door and listen for a high-pitched whine, thats the fuel pump, if you don't hear it, its dead.
08-30-08, 10:14 AM
Oh I'm quite sure its dead, but was under the conclusion that a dead fuel pump would set a code guess not?
I am not positive, but I don't think the fuel pump will set a DTC.
08-30-08, 11:55 AM
Thats bout what I was thinking Ranger, with crossover gaskets, waterpump, tensioner, wp belt and now a fuel pump......If the damn thing didn't drive so well I'd be a lil upset:)
212K miles? What else do you want?
09-03-08, 01:12 AM
A few months ago my Cadi wouldn't start ... until I replaced the fuel pump -- implying the pump was the problem. And there were never any codes indicating the fuel pump was bad. '97 STS.